No difference really, we're just using the same P25 open architecture digital audio format on the Ham radio frequencies that are being used in the commercial LMR world.  Just exploring new formats and venturing into new territories in Ham radio.


Ok, without subscribing to yet another remailer, what is
'Digital P25 format' ?????

I know what P25 or Project 25 is in the land mobile world.

Is there a difference?

Thank you,

Neil - WA6KLA

---- Original Message ----
Subject: RE: [Repeater-Builder] New group for interest in P25 format
on ham radio
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 17:17:45 -0800 (PST)

>With permission from Kevin, I'm letting the group know of a new group
>that I started for anyone that's interested in experimenting with new
>digital P25 format on ham radio. Discussion should be about any
>related use of this format on ham radio. Such as successes or
>problems that people are having or, how it is being put into use.
>Just follow the link below to the group if you are interested.
> Thanks T.J. (KC8LTS)
>Kevin Custer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> No Problem... You post it...
>T.J. wrote: Kevin, I was wondering if you could post this on the
>repeater builder yahoo group. I wanted to ask you first before just
>trying to post it. I started a group for the use of P25 digital mode
>on Ham radio. I thought some people on the reflector would be
>interested, and maybe you could let them know.
> T.J. Molenkamp KC8LTS
> Repeaters on:
> 146.500 +1 MHz NAC of 293 (C4FM P25 repeater)
> 442.175 +5 MHz PL of 123.0 (CMAN system, info at
> 927.4875 -25 MHz PL of 131.8

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